Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to contribute to state-of-the-art transport studies of novel low-dimensional materials, such as semiconductor nanowires, quantum wells and van der Waals materials. She or he will participate in all stages of these experiments, from initial concepts to device fabrication, measurements, data discussion and analysis. The successful candidate will interact extensively with the PI, graduate and undergraduate students.
40% Carry out research Create and develop devices Fabricate devices
20% Experiments Take measurements using the fabricated devices
20% Data Analysis Analyze data from experiments Discuss data analysis
15% Research Communication Writing papers and submitting them for publication in scientific journals Giving seminar talks at various institutions Presenting results at conferences (both domestic and international)
5% Maintain Familiarity with cutting edge results and methods Reading relevant papers Organizing and participating in research group discussions Attending seminars and conferences
Required Qualifications: Applicants with a PhD in Experimental Physics or Applied Physics or related fields, such as Engineering will be considered.
Preferred Qualifications: Applicants whose PhD work included substantial experimental work in condensed matter physics, with a focus on quantum electronic devices, quantum phenomena, low-temperature studies and nanofabrication.
Internal Number: 329832
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